Spring Snow for the Pond


After a snowless winter, falling cherry blossoms on the pond are the most snow the pond will see. It’s been a few years since the pond has frozen over, let alone be covered by a blanket of deep snow. Does the pond miss feeling the hard ice, the quiet a heavy snow brings? Are cherry blossoms enough to make the pond happy, or do they make it weep for a thick layer of ice topped with a blanket of snow?

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